Meet the Directors and Executive Team


Robert L. Byers – Chairman of the Board
William P. Larkin, Jr. – Vice-Chairman of the Board
Ross Choate
Cheri H. Freeh
John Foff
Krista Pool Harper
Bruce Iacobucci
W. Thomas Lomax

Jeane M. Vidoni
Bruce Weed
Mark Worthington



Jeane M. Vidoni
President and Chief Executive Officer

Jeane leads a team of more than 350 employees at Pennsylvania’s second-largest mutual financial institution, Penn Community Bank. Her primary mission is to ensure that Bucks and Montgomery counties and the surrounding areas have the option to do business with a locally based, independently run bank for decades to come.  Over the course of more than 35 years in banking, Jeane served in various roles at financial institutions of all sizes throughout the Philadelphia region, gaining insight into the workings of community, regional and corporate banks. As an active leader in the Pennsylvania business and financial community, Jeane donates her leadership time and talents to several industry groups. She serves on the board of directors of the Pennsylvania Bankers Association, on the Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council (CDIAC) of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, and as the Pennsylvania Member Director on the board of directors of the Federal Home Loan Bank (FHLB) of Pittsburgh, which supports homeownership programs throughout Delaware, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania.  A graduate of Muhlenberg College, Jeane holds an MBA from Saint Joseph’s University. Jeane is committed to fulfilling Penn Community Bank’s mission to act as a catalyst for growth in the communities it serves, representing the bank on the advisory council of Habitat for Humanity of Bucks County and on the boards of directors of the United Way of Bucks County and the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce. She lives in Doylestown, Bucks County.



Diane Brown
Executive Vice President, Chief Administrative Officer

Diane Brown takes Penn Community Bank’s long-term strategy for steady, sustainable growth and makes it become reality. Diane ensures that the bank’s retail deposit and lending operations are aligned with its mission and vision, overseeing branch operations and retail products and services. She also oversees compliance, facilities, information technology, loan origination and project management. With more than 30 years’ experience in banking, Diane has served as vice chair for the Bank Operations and Payments Committee of the Independent Community Bankers of America. She holds an undergraduate degree and an MBA from Temple University, is an Accredited ACH Professional, and completed the Pennsylvania Bankers Association’s Executive Leadership Program and the School of Commercial Lending. Diane serves on the advisory board for Wellspring Clubhouse, and as a board member and treasurer for the Children’s Developmental Program.



Robert Coffin
Executive Vice President, Chief Credit Officer

As Penn Community Bank continues to grow, Bob Coffin makes sure that the growth is controlled and in accordance with its lending philosophy. With deep experience in commercial lending, risk management and credit, Bob ensures that the lending products the bank offers meet the risk standards that match its strategy of steady, sustainable growth. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Penn State University and is a lifelong resident of Bucks County. Bob has served as chairman of the Lower Bucks Chapter of the American Red Cross and the Red Cross homeless shelter and is actively involved in local scholarship and community service projects with the Lions club and the Middletown Community Foundation.  


Charles T. Field
Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer

Penn Community Bank’s long-term mission is steady, sustainable growth, and Charles Field ensures that the financial management of the bank supports that mission. Charles is responsible for financial reporting, internal controls, forecasting and planning, profitability analysis, and treasury and investments. A Certified Public Accountant, Charles brings 30 years of diversified accounting and finance experience to his role at Penn Community Bank. A graduate of Michigan State University, he is a member of the American Institute of CPAs and the Financial Managers Society.  



Todd Hurley
Executive Vice President, Chief Relationship Officer

Maintaining strong relationships with organizations, local businesses and nonprofits across Bucks County and the surrounding areas is a vital part of Penn Community Bank’s philosophy, and Todd R. Hurley is responsible for creating and strengthening those relationships. Along with our CEO Jeane M. Vidoni, Todd represents Penn Community Bank to the community. Over his more than 30 years in the banking industry, Todd has directed various departments, including retail operations, facilities, human resources, marketing and lending. He holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from University of Phoenix. A longtime resident of Perkasie, Todd is past president and current vice president of Perkasie Rotary, a board member of the Pennridge Chamber of Commerce, an elder and finance chair at the Presbyterian Church of Deep Run, and serves on the board of directors of the Lower Bucks Family YMCA.  



Georgann Berger Mckenna
Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer

Penn Community Bank strives to be the employer of choice in the markets it serves, and Georgann oversees human resources management of the bank’s greatest asset, its team members. She ensures that the bank attracts high quality applicants and retains, develops, and rewards high performing team members. She has more than 34 years of experience in human resources, training, sales and marketing in banking and real estate, and holds a bachelor's degree from Montclair State University and a master’s degree in business education from Oklahoma State University. Georgann serves on the Pennsylvania Bankers Association’s Women in Banking Committee and the School of Banking Advisory Committee. In addition, she serves on the board of directors at Folkeways Continuing Care Retirement Community. She also serves as chairperson of the Perkins Participatory Planning Committee at Central Montco Technical High School in Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania, as part of a national effort to improve the quality of vocational and technical education in the United States.  



Michael A. Meeneghan
President, Penn Community Insurance

Financial wellness includes not just smart banking and lending, but also adequate insurance coverage to protect against the unexpected. With more than 30 years of experience in insurance, Mike A. Meeneghan possesses deep knowledge of a complex industry. He oversees the operations of Penn Community Insurance, which offers business, personal, life and health insurance with a consultative approach. Over the course of Mike’s career, he has built a proven record of success in setting strategic direction, initiating growth strategies, and building and fine-tuning operations. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Springfield College, in Springfield, Massachusetts.  


Stephanie Schwartzberg
Executive Vice President, General Counsel

Financial organizations today face an increasingly complex set of regulations. Stephanie Schwartzberg makes sure that Penn Community Bank complies with all regulatory issues, including the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA), which encourages financial institutions to meet the credit needs of their local communities. During her more than 20-year legal career, Stephanie practiced as in-house counsel for financial institutions throughout the Delaware Valley and with an international law firm in its corporate and securities practice. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Villanova University and a law degree from Temple University Beasley School of Law. Stephanie serves as a member of the PA Bankers Association Legal Affairs Advisory Committee and on the board of directors of the Youth Orchestra of Bucks County. 


Christian Wagner
President, Penn Investment Advisors

Penn Community Bank offers products and services to meet the financial needs of individuals, families and businesses throughout their lifetimes, and that includes investments. Christian Wagner oversees the wealth management division, Penn Investment Advisors, which offers investment advice, products, and services to individuals and organizations. Christian has more than 20 years of experience in the financial industry, holding various positions including financial advisor, investment strategist, portfolio manager, and trader. A graduate of Rutgers University, Christian is a member of the Investment and Risk Management Committees and directs the bank’s investment strategies.